The therapy trainer provides arm and leg biofeedback driven exercise.Options in four different modes for patients with varying physical limitations. Its simple to use compact design, on-board touchscreen LCD and preset exercise modes make it easy to move and use,Enabling therapists to treat patients more effectively and efficiently.
Features and advantages:
·360° LCD touch screen,Intuitive operating unit
·Safe foot straps, the crank arm, forearm support can be replaced.
·Fixed hook for wheelchairs or chairs.
·Level and vertical training of arm and leg can be switched to meet individual requirements.
·Safety foot shells
·Easy transportation roller
·Magnetic control and Sound control
This is similar to muscle strength training when riding a bicycle up thehill. A resistance range of 20 finely graded gears is available.
Passive Training with Motor
Legs or arms are moved gently by the motor: This passive training isparticularly beneficial for users with spastic para-lysis.
The adults can apply their own muscle strength, and with theassistance of the motor as well as the special software, a pedal acceleration can be achieved in many cases.
Choose this mode and the user can automatically switch between theactive mode and passive mode according to the user's movement.
Intelligent spasm setting and prection system for safe training.
Inhance the fun of training and improve the initiative of users.
Real Time Data
Speed,resistance, time and other data are displayed and adjusted in real time.
Show the user's training results immediately.
Reduce spasticity, become more flexible
Loosen up muscles in the case of sudden spasms orgeneral stiffness.
Rediscover and build up residual strength
Residual strength which is either not apparent orinsufficient for a complete movement can be rediscovered and applied.
Counteract the consequences of a lack of movement such as stiff joints, shortened muscles, brittle bones (osteo-porosis), circulatory problems, digestiveproblems.Daily Therapy can possibly avoid unpleasantand cost intensive surgeries or therapies.
Promote walking ability
Maintain and build up the basic fitness (i.e. endurance,muscle strength) and the coordination of movement flowrequired for walking. Reduce limiting muscle stiffness.Improve the confidence in walking and the gait pattern.
Strengthen the sense of mental well-being
Regular exercise. Do something for yourself. This hasa posi-tive effect on the sense of mental well-being andbrings up the spirits.